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1) Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand not sold on Dean Henderson going into the new season
Speaking on Rio Ferdinand presents five on Youtube, Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has admitted that he is yet to be won over by Dean Henderson.
His comments come following the Europa League loss we suffered at the hands of Villarreal. Spanish veteran David de Gea started in goal on the night but endured a forgettable outing.
2) Solskjaer given a £150m transfer war chest by Manchester United
According to ESPN, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can spend as much as £150million in net transfer this summer.
The Norwegian is picking up the pieces after what was ultimately a disappointing end to the season for United. With the campaign now over, the focus shifts to the upcoming summer transfer window.
3) A designer watch belonging to Manchester United loanee Jesse Lingard was stolen from the West Ham changing room
According to The Mirror, a designer watch belonging to Manchester United loanee Jesse Lingard was stolen from the West Ham United dressing room.
As of yet, no arrests have been made. The matter is being probed by the Metropolitan Police department. It is well known that Lingard has a collection of high-end watches, of which some are thought to be worth six figures.
4) Manchester United behind Juventus in the pecking order for Saul Niguez
According to the Spanish outlet Marca (h/t ESPN), Juventus are ahead of Manchester United in the race to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez.
It has been a successful nine-year record for the Spaniard at the Wanda Metropolitano. He is now seeking a new challenge and is keen to leave the club this summer.
5) Man United told £30million offer would get signing done for Milenkovic
Manchester United continue to be linked with central defenders and once again, the name of Nikola Milenkovic is in the focus.
The Serbian international was wanted at Old Trafford even when Jose Mourinho was in charge of the club but his exit changed the situation (ESPN).
6) Villarreal leave the door open for Manchester United to sign Pau Torres
Speaking to Spanish radio channel show El Transistor (h/t The Metro), Villarreal president Fernando Roig has left the door open for Manchester United to make a move for Pau Torres.
The 24-year-old is coming off an excellent season that saw his stock only rise. He was also named as a part of the Spanish squad for this summer’s European Championship.
7) Manchester United target Erling Haaland might remain at Borussia Dortmund
According to transfer news from Independent, Manchester United target Erling Haaland might choose to stay back at Dortmund.
However, the staying of Haaland will be good for United, because in the next season a release clause will be available for £65m £70m, while buying Haaland this year will cost more than £150m and we aren't ready to pay this amount.
8) Manchester City look to trump Manchester United to Jack Grealish
According to The Daily Mail, Manchester City are looking to blow Manchester United out of the water by tabling a record bid for Jack Grealish.
United were heavily linked with the player in recent windows. Not landing Grealish last summer might as well be seen as a missed opportunity given his performances in recent months.
9) Manchester United have made a concrete offer for Cristiano Ronaldo
According to Calciomercato (h/t The Mirror), Jorge Mendes, the agent of Cristiano Ronaldo has found him two concrete clubs who are interested in the player, including Manchester United.
Ronaldo is a big-game player and will add much to United. However, as mentioned, his age remains an issue and he will at best be a short-term option.
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